My family, mom/dad/10year old kind of struggle to find things to watch together that are more exciting to a 10 year old than playing Fortnite or watching YouTube videos of some kid adding blocks to a minecraft world. (I'm not quite the dad to let a 10 year old watch GoT.) I personally was excited to make my kid try to watch this show because it bills itself with a goal of trying to get kids out of video games for 5 minutes and into actual toys and actual interactions. Reluctantly, my kid agreed to watch with us. He, and we, are now hooked. Each episode is funny, kind of uplifting, and most importantly has fueled us to do some non-computer generated things together. (We just finished building a model F-1050 Tstick warplane, and my son rushed upstairs at 10pm after watching the Selectric episode to build his Carerra Go slot car track). Anyway, great show. I highly recommend it. Thanks James!